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of spanish you will hear: the conversational spanish spoken by the characters... ¿me podría comunicar con el señor carlos castillo, por favor? sí. ¿quién le llama? su hermano, ramón. iay, ramón! the spanish spoken by a narrator... narrador: aquí está carlos. carlos también tiene una esposa. se llama gloria. carlos y gloria tienen dos hijos: una hija, juanita y un hijo, carlitos. narrator: and the spanish spoken by raquel as she reviews major and minor highlights of the episode. fernando tiene cuatro hijos: una hija, mercedes y tres hijos, ramón, carlos y juan. while you will probably understand most or all of the spanish spoken by the narrator and by raquel during her review segments you are not meant to understand word for word the conversational spanish. ¿qué pasa? ¿fernando está mal? sí. ¿cuándo puedes venir a la gavia? as the characters speak let their actions and the context of their conversation guide your understanding. in this episode, you will learn how to express certain family relationships in spanish. mis hijos. sí, sí, mis hijos. habla pedro castillo. and now,
in a sailor's trunk. este era el baúl de mi padre. finally, the trail leads back to mexico. in the highlands outside mexico city raquel faces a crisis that threatens the life of a young man. she does not know if she will get back to see don fernando before it is too late. roberto... iroberto! captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. before you join raquel on her journey you need to know how to watch an episode of destinos. first, you should understand that in each episode of destinos you will hear three kinds of spanish. first, there is the conversational spanish spoken by the characters. mamá, esta señorita busca a la abuela. perdone, señora. soy raquel rodríguez y vengo de los estados unidos. elena ramírez. mucho gusto. mucho gusto. siento mucho molestarla pero necesito hablar con la señora suárez. ¿mi suegra? ¿por qué? bueno, es una larga historia. there is also the spanish spoken by the narrator. narrador: raquel está aquí en la esquina. ella debe virar a la izquierda. luego debe seguir derecho... pues ya
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